Re: Yorkshire accent? Excuuuuse me...
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"After looking at the complete landscape for mobile development with Java, the decision has been made to wind down development of RoboVM," he says, carefully using the passive tense.
Surely it's either passive voice or past tense you meant here.
The subject line says it all.
Even this bizarre site knows better:
Seriously, I'm the first to posit this is described in le petit prince?
Clearly the Earth isn't flat. We all know that it's hollow with openings at the poles. Admiral Byrd was inside - it's an historical fact!
Rocket science IS easy - it's rocket engineering that's difficult.
"We found the hydrated salts only when the seasonal features were widest, which suggests that either the dark streaks themselves or a process that forms them is the source of the hydration," said Lujendra Ojha of the Georgia Institute of Technology, lead author of a report.
Aha! Dry Canals! Can Tars Tarkas be far behind?
Zeno was right.
"The information is not stored in the interior of the black hole as one might expect, but in its boundary – the event horizon," Prof Hawking said. "The idea is the super translations are a hologram of the ingoing particles, thus they contain all the information that would otherwise be lost."
See - It never gets all the way there. Half-measures and all that.
I would suggest a scoff of flaws.
Don't forget the leprosy-spreading spitting armadillos!
I used to do the radio music with a programmable HP calculator. We set a program running, placed the calculator on the turntable (yes, we actually had a turntable) and let it spin at 33 1/3 rpm while listening to the radio. As I recall, we even made a few recordings of the "calculator music" which seem not to have survived the passing decades.
Do you mean GMT or is it really BST? Just lining my Nest with pedantic goodness.
This fellow seems to think it's something biological instead:
Of course, this site seems to think there are ways to make people transparent, so one has to wonder.
AC? I should think DC would be safer. Connecting those items to the mains seems foolish at best.
Oh, _that_ AC. Carry on (as it were).
has anyone fed the trolls here lately?
"More! More! I'm still not satisfied!"
"The computing world's fabric is undergoing one of its periodic periods of re-alignment. Yes, around cloud, but more specifically around types of cloud."
Make mine cumulonimbus, please.
When I was a lad we called that the aether.
"Apple's patent for 'magical effects produced from a shiny metal something'."
Don't forget, that patent only applies if the shiny metal something has rounded corners.
the robot butler is as close to pints-as-a-service as I could find in your infographic.
Surely there's an update to come soon, perhaps even complete with playmonauts.
Ah, but Keith Laumer would want his Bolo royalties.
would my hat's aluminium foil lining have to be to prevent gamma radiation mucking with my brain?
when they decided to switch away from OS/2. It's quite unlikely that there would have been a boot from USB option there.
"However, it appears a chemical reaction provoked by fertilisers may be the explanation, rather than a chilling suicide-bombing Day of the Triffids scenario."
Rather it becomes clear why we use SALTED water to cook artichokes.
Please see Title.
hope there will be a fogger attachment available to emit "steam" as play gets more intense.
I learned it from this blog post:
"As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly."
And the very sharp knife was wielded by an Italian, a Dr. Filostrato, as I recall.
or even James Blish. There are many parallels to "A Case on Conscience" from 1958.
A spectacular novel, by the way, as is the entire four book trilogy (hmm, no wonder Adams kept going, four had already been done).
I say balderdash!
I remember reading a Superman comic back in the 1960s that explained that the human retina would retain an image for about 1/24 of a second. (Superman was scanning a film by passing it in front of his eyes at the appropriate rate.)
If you want to call Superman a liar, you're either more foolish or more courageous than I!
I'll get my coat - it's the one without a pocket full of Kryptonite.
What, me drop a great heavy lump of coal on my foot?
You must be out of your ...
You are wrong.
I hope you feel better now.
John Barrowman, no?
Sir, you've posted the precise post I had intended to post.
Thank! you! for! saving! me! the! trouble!
I hear there is a skunkworks project at IBM working on a port of OS/2 Warp for the mobile market.
Certainly I'm not the only one waiting breathlessly for this!
Just to be precise, there should be no period after the J in Forrest J Ackerman's name.
Precessing all over the place; how do they work?
Actually, it means Schrodinger's cat isn't ....
Ils sont a la recherche du temps perdu.
Merci. Je vais chercher mon manteau.
he came up with his Biodome consultants. I'm all for sending Pauly Shore on the mission, just to make certain things work out well for all involved.
If it were, one would expect the units to be linguine, not inches. I fear you'll have to look elsewhere for the tech aspect.
“Customisable, Ubiquitous Real Time Communication over the Web” (CU-RTC-Web).
Clearly it ought to be CURT-COW.
There, I fixed it for you.
continuing in that vein ...
It's more like 3.375 times as big, thus 2.375 times bigger, hardly 3 times, wouldn't you say?
What do they teach in schools these days?
Based upon your list, it appears that the odds of a positive outcome are quite good.
Selecting any one item at random (with its addition / deletion attached, natch), we see that at least eight of the outcomes are good (sense, respect, and manners in, shit, tar, hell, crap, and piss out) with the remaining three a potentially mixed bag (one ought to retain truth, I don't know about daylights,really, and the PGP key depends upon the circumstances, I suppose.), making it a 72.7% probability of a desirable outcome.
Those are pretty good odds, and may help to explain the corporate policy - the beatings will continue until morale improves. Of course, more research is needed in this matter.
Alternate solution - genetically modify the eucalyptus trees so their leaves act as powerful fans, sending the ozone they produce up to the stratosphere.
What do they teach in schools these days?
although it was a foot, rather than a hand, but autopods can express as either, apparently.
Toward the end of Chapter 8, as I recall.
of a balanced aquarium!
Apologies to the 5th Dimension and all those Hair-y types.
Two words: Dejah Thoris.
Paris because, well, isn't it obvious?